Get the WEX out of your ears and come see us do our global 'Karate Kid' thing (WEX on, WEX off!)

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2007/11/29 19:31 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2007/11/29/6605271.aspx


Some of you may remember when I talked about the COSD presentation I was co-doing back in the beginning of August (cite) for internal Microsoft folks in COSD.

And I mentioned that if you were a Microsoft employee in WEX we'd be doing a presentation for them at the end of the month.

Well, there were some scheduling issues and the WEX training got pushed out....

But I did not lie -- it is still happening "at the end of the month" as I said -- just not THAT month.It's THIS month.

It's tomorrow -- Friday, November 30th!

Developers. Testers, Program Managers, well, everyone actually!

So if you are in WEX then be sure to show up on November 30th in 33/Kodiak from 11:00am to 1:00pm with over 200 of your bestest colleagues and hear all about globalization for the first half and localizability for the second half of an exciting two hours of some of the most important information [if not in the world then] for the world, and bringing your features to all of it!

Includes Q&A time after both halves of the presentation that you can bring in your biggest questions to.

I can promise that all of the WEX puns are out of my system now with the title of this post. :-)

Truly awesome, and worth the trek.

Even if you are a regular reader here since some of the stuff we talk about is so new and cool that no one is blogging about it yet!

Be sure to say hi if you saw the notice about it here, no one is as cool as the people who voluntarily read my blog and then also choose to see the live show as well -- you put DNRC to shame!

 

This post brought to you by all of the following Unicode characters, in code point order -- a group also known s the happy hexagrams:

Being at the presentation and watching/leaning is the best way to see all of these things happen well!


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